Commissions and fees charged by the brokerage 1

Arrangements can vary. Commission and fee arrangements come in three forms:

    • A fixed amount
    • A percentage of the sale price
    • A blend of a fixed amount plus a percentage of the sale price

buying-a-condo

The short answer to this question is that buying a condominium (condo) involves a number of special considerations you won’t encounter when you purchase an ordinary detached or semi-detached home, and you should be aware of them before you make an offer.

office-decorating

As the way people live and work continues to evolve, so too has the idea of smart and stylish office design. But how do you create an inspiring office that helps fuel productivity without going too far into the experimental or having to spend a small fortune to get right? To help you make the best of the office space you have to work with, here’s a few sage ideas from the wisdom of the commercial interior designers experts at firm Décor Aid.

 

 

Buyers-Representation-Agreements

When you are buying your home, a real estate broker or salesperson may ask you to sign a representation agreement. A representation agreement defines the nature of the relationship between you and the brokerage, including the broker or salesperson.

using a real estate brokerage

The decision to use a brokerage (or not) is entirely yours to make, but the Real Estate Council of Ontario (RECO) strongly recommends working with a registered salesperson or broker when you buy or sell a property for the simple reason that navigating your way through a real estate transaction on your own from start to finish can get complicated, especially if you’re inexperienced.